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Eye Creams & Under Eye Treatments

Shop our bestselling eye creams and under eye treatments, designed to visibly firm skin + improve the look of fine lines, wrinkles, sagging + crow’s feet.

Anti-Aging Eye Cream

Our intensive eye wrinkle cream smooths the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, sagging + crow’s feet.

Brightening Eye Gel Cream

This illuminating eye cream visibly brightens and refreshes the eye area, reducing dark circles + puffiness.

Common Questions About Eye Creams & Treatments

What does eye cream do?

Eye creams are designed to work on the sensitive skin that surrounds the eye, which is noticeably more delicate than the rest of your facial skin. They typically contain ingredients designed to combat dryness and other issues that generally occur around the eye area. They are often thicker than other skin care products and are used to help make skin smoother and moisturize areas that can dry out quickly. This can help reduce the appearance of puffiness and improve the look of fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes.

Where do I apply eye cream?

Eye creams are typically applied to the skin beneath the eye and above the cheek. Many eye creams are concentrated, so a little bit goes a long way. A pea-sized amount on the tip of your finger should be enough for both eyes. Gently tap your finger on your skin to place small dots of cream beneath your eye from the inner corner to the brow bone. Continue tapping along the line to help the skin absorb the cream without stretching or pulling the skin. Most products recommend against using eye cream on or near your eyelids.

Do eye creams work?

Eye creams can be a very effective skin care product for taking care of the skin around your eyes. The skin around your eyes is thinner and more delicate than the skin on the rest of your face, so eye creams are specifically designed for this type of skin. The main ingredients for many eye creams are emollients that help smooth the skin and conditioning agents that help moisturize the skin. Different eye creams can have different purposes, so it is best to choose one that works for your particular condition.

Common Questions About Eye Creams & Treatments

What does eye cream do?

Eye creams are designed to work on the sensitive skin that surrounds the eye, which is noticeably more delicate than the rest of your facial skin. They typically contain ingredients designed to combat dryness and other issues that generally occur around the eye area. They are often thicker than other skin care products and are used to help make skin smoother and moisturize areas that can dry out quickly. This can help reduce the appearance of puffiness and improve the look of fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes.

Where do I apply eye cream?

Eye creams are typically applied to the skin beneath the eye and above the cheek. Many eye creams are concentrated, so a little bit goes a long way. A pea-sized amount on the tip of your finger should be enough for both eyes. Gently tap your finger on your skin to place small dots of cream beneath your eye from the inner corner to the brow bone. Continue tapping along the line to help the skin absorb the cream without stretching or pulling the skin. Most products recommend against using eye cream on or near your eyelids.

Do eye creams work?

Eye creams can be a very effective skin care product for taking care of the skin around your eyes. The skin around your eyes is thinner and more delicate than the skin on the rest of your face, so eye creams are specifically designed for this type of skin. The main ingredients for many eye creams are emollients that help smooth the skin and conditioning agents that help moisturize the skin. Different eye creams can have different purposes, so it is best to choose one that works for your particular condition.